Omni Tucson National Resort has played host to several Collegiate, PGA, LPGA and Champion Tours events over the years. MANY great golfers have stepped foot on this property from Phil to Tiger and legendary golfers like Arnold Palmer and Lee Trevino for the Tucson Open. 

Part of the experience at Omni Tucson are the two beautiful golf courses that surround the property. The Catalina Course first hosted the PGA Tour in 1965 where Bob Charles took home the trophy at the Tucson Open. Catalina is known for its dramatic and HARD 18th-finishing hole. Voted one of the hardest finishing holes on the PGA Tour, it gives everyone who plays it a very hard time!

The other course is the Sonoran Course. This course is more of desert style layout with more open space, but penalty areas are certainly in play with the desert landscape.

The resort also offers an incredible Spa, dining options and fitness for those who choose to do those things. They say Omni Tucson is the biggest smallest resort because of everything to do in a not-as-big resort you might find elsewhere.

Check out the whole resort above and book your rooms and reservations today! OMNI TUCSON NATIONAL 

 

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